All I want to do is. . .
. . .use the same vimrc for terminal and gui.
If you like to use Vim in the Terminal and within various GUI's (Macosx and Linux), as I do, here are parts of my .vimrc file that help to make this happen.
Contributors: gcman105 Updated: 08/09/13
Dropbox is the glue
If you keep your .vimrc and .vim folder on Dropbox and then symlink into your home directory, you are able to use Vim on multiple computers.
Fonts and colors
The first snippet from my .vimrc file, shows howto test for the varoius environments.
"Set the color scheme. set background=dark if has("gui_running") let base16colorspace=256 colorscheme base16-tomorrow if has("gui_macvim") set guifont=Source\ Code\ Pro:h12 set mouse=a else set guifont=Source\ Code\ Pro\ 10 set mouse=c end else colorscheme solarized set mouse=c end
Use a .vimlocal on each computer
Store a file for each system in Dropbox and symlink .vimlocal to it.
On Dropbox I have:
Then symlink .vimlocal in your home folder to the appropriate one.
The snippet below is from the very bottom of my .vimrc file.
I try to keep my .vimlocal file really small.
"Set the initial window size set lines=43 set columns=189
Here is a Gist of gcman105's .vimrc file.